've experimented a bit, but got the moon as a white circle on the video: (
how do I set the camcorder, I can see more details synonymous? So what settings?
Antwort von Filmo:
White circle? You probably mean white disk, right? Your cam is only about 400mm of focal ne optical, so the moon will be sure to buy small. Then measure the exposure meter of the action too much of the dark environment with, of course overshadowed by the bright moon. When using the digital zoom for a pick-up of our earth's satellite, but you will hardly lose the image quality to even craters, etc. to recognize the man in the moon let alone :-)) If the TM700 allows synonymous manual exposure time / aperture setting, then you can try it so, may choose shorter exposure time or ne smaller aperture, so that your moon image is not overexposed to the display so you can track it. Perhaps the Cam but something like a spotlight mode, so that such scenes are usually synonymous better.
Antwort von nicecam:
Yes, the moon is nice and big s.Himmel ...
Since you have several ways to capture a good image. Is of course synonymous from the camcorder. I habs grad (though not the first time) again with with meinerCanonXH-A1 (semi-professional camcorder) tried. As I come to very good results. Get the same again with meinerCanonHV try-20 (Consumercam).
If you can only use automatic modes, you might not come so easily to success. In principle, for a camera are the best settings, no preference of when and under what conditions you're photographing. Excellent thread, see: Aperture - Shutter limits and optimal settings?
For the observation of the moon, I would suggest, if you then have the opportunity to: Aperture and shutter speed in the optimum range, as indicated above in the linked thread. The moon will be overexposed, however. To stop the overexposure, you would now ND filter (perhaps in meherern levels) must add for the camera. Does not to buy are some. This helps you today evening.
As the second-worst option you can reduce the shutter speed, so 1 / 100, 1 / 1000, etc, until the image is good. You can generally leave the shutter speed even when 1/50stel second. Important in moving pictures. Here you've got a static.
It is worse in this case, close the aperture. The can close you'll hardly at a Consumercam but so far that the overexposure is no longer present.
Try first the given advice from.
Antwort von nicecam:
So, habs grad mal I tried the HV-20. With various tricks of the exposure I got a similar result as with the XH-A1. The spotlight mode alone, as filmography says helped, not next.
The TM-700 is surely largely bauähnlich with the SD-707. Top Camera.
Antwort von DesoxyMo:
Grad was outside with a nice full moon and the aperture was set to F.8-F.16. In this interval one can see the moon very nice with its craters on top. Incidentally, the SD707 have the almost equal so would have to work like that! Shutter was 1 / 50.